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NameCarl Wendorff
Date23 January 2013
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MessageGreetings, from Sidney Montana. I am so excited to learn of the history of the Wends. I have just discovered this rich heritage and resources available here. I've always wondered about my ancestral history, but I never dreamed it might possibly be this rich.

I grew up on a farm in rural Minnesota. My grandmother is a genealogist and has traced both my mother's and father's family back to Pomerania, Prussia. During my undergraduate studies in theology and church ministry at Concordia, St. Paul, I spent 9 months on internship in Dallas, Texas. One weekend, I visited Austin and attended St. Paul's Lutheran Church, which has connections to the Texas Wends. I came so close to discovering the Wendish History, but at this time I had no idea of this rich heritage that I might have claim to. But I am glad to now have the opportunity to explore this heritage.

I have some work to do before I officially lay claim to the Wendish Heritage, but I will certainly use these resources to learn what I can. I'm sure I am experiencing the excitement that others have had in learning of this rich history.

NameLisa Craig
Date16 December 2012
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MessageMy great-great-great grandmother and children left their home near Cottbus in 1850 to make a perilous sea voyage to South Australia. I've discovered what remarkable people my ancestors were and what a significant contribution they made to Australia's development.

Private Message added 16 December 2012

Date19 November 2012
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MessageGreat site !Great idea,having a worldwide Wendish
Network.There seem to be more folks of Wendish background around than I thought ! Great !!!
Keep up the good work !


Date16 November 2012
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MessageКомпания наймет на работу тестеров игр, возможна частичная занятость. Зарплата от 300 долл. Возможен прием на работу школьников и студентов.
Обязательно: желание играть в разные игры и получать от этого удовольствие, умение находить ошибки в играх (логические, погрешности дизайна и т.п.).
Если Вы решили, что эта работа Вам подходит, отправьте Ваше резюме (в свободной форме) на емэйл: rebesko"собачка"
Контактное лицо: Светлана.

NameDarren W Mitchell
Date13 September 2012
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MessageHi I'm a direct descendent of one of the Schuppan's who migrated mid 19th C to Adelaide. Thanks for this interesting website.

NameCarel Ballack
Date27 August 2012
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Messagethank you for the site. I have always wondered where and how we came to south africa. I have access to the family bible but have never seen it. I look forward to learning more about my family name and our history.

NameJürgen Koswig
Date14 August 2012
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MessageMy name is of Wend and my ancestors lived in Lusatia at Grabin that was rensmed Finsterwalde in the 12th century. I am the 13th gereation of
the wellknown Lord Mayor of Finsterwalde Abraham Koszwig 15/08/1595-08/04/1684. The first Koszwig as Lord Mayor of Finsterwalde was Augustin Koszwig
in 1486.

Private Message added 27 June 2012

Date27 May 2012
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MessageThank you for the information. My great grandparents were Wendish, and it was so nice to learn more about their culture. Thanks!

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